This essay focuses on sociologist Raymond Baumhart. you will ensure that other team members understand their roles.
In a 750-1,000 word reflection, identify the school settings for the teachers you interviewed and discuss the following:
All team members are accountable for understanding the procedures and guidelines for the special education process. Discuss how you plan to comply with this requirement and explain how you will ensure that other team members understand their roles.
Describe strategies you could employ for ensuring confidentiality of information and instilling trust with parents/guardians. Discuss the legal, ethical, and policy responsibilities teachers have related to the educational, developmental, and medical services for individuals with disabilities and their parents/guardians.
Ethics is based on well-founded standards of right and wrong that prescribe what humans ought to do, usually in terms of rights, obligations, benefits to society, fairness, or specific virtues.
Some years ago, sociologist Raymond Baumhart asked business people, “What does ethics mean to you?” Among their replies were the following;
Firstly, “Ethics has to do with what my feelings tell me is right or wrong.”
Secondly, “Ethics has to do with my religious beliefs.”
Thirdly, “Being ethical is doing what the law requires.”
Further, “Ethics consists of the standards of behavior our society accepts.”
Further, “I don’t know what the word means
Describe how you will encourage the involvement of parents/guardians and students in the IEP process. Include discussion about how you will document all efforts to involve parents/guardians and students in the process.
Describe the major differences in roles between the special education teacher and the general education teacher. Discuss whether your frame of reference about the roles of educators in the special education process has changed, and if so, explain how.
Describe strategies that could be used for effective collaboration between the special education teacher and general education teacher to support learning for students with disabilities.